To be honest, the rail companies are damned if they do, and damned if they don't.
I think they were right to suspend all services before the storm hit. Imagine the press they would have got if they'd carried on, and a train had hit a fallen tree at high speed.
They also said that another reason they decided to suspend services, was that they didn't want to put the rescue services at risk when they would probably be stretched to the limit as it is.
It just makes for a very frustrating journey to work, especially as I was told "I need you to go in, as there's something I want you to do for me" (he was off for 2 days!), only to get there and find that it was to photocopy one sheet of paper and post it to someone.
Couldn't that have waited until Tuesday?
Love and hugs to all who need them.
Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them.
The rest of us are a bit crap.